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Illegal tobacco shopkeepers face £2,000 bill
Two traders who were caught selling illegal tobacco have been ordered to pay a total of nearly £2,000.
Adoptive dad's plea for more adopters to come forward
An adoptive dad has shared his story about how he became a dad - hoping it will strike a chord with people who might have thought about adopting in the past but have not done anything about it.
UK’s original Christmas Markets return to Manchester with new sites for 2014
Manchester’s world famous Christmas Markets – brought to you by Manchester City Council – are soon to return for the 16th year in the UK’s capital of Christmas.
Director of Children's Services in Manchester to step down
After nearly eight years at Manchester City Council, the last three as Strategic Director of Children's Services, Mike Livingstone has decided to move on.
Manchester named City of the Year in prestigious development award
Manchester has been named City of the Year in the inaugural Estates Gazette/MIPIM UK Awards for its success in delivering major regeneration projects and attracting international investment.
Parents - don't miss 31 October deadline for secondary school applications
Parents with children in their final year of primary school are being urged not to miss the 31 October deadline for applying for their child's secondary school place next year.
Manchester Lights switch-on – the official start to Christmas!
With one of the most family friendly line-ups in the history of Manchester’s Christmas celebrations, this year’s switch-on show will have something for everyone.
Abraham Moss welcomes first pupils at new nursery
Residents in Crumpsall and Cheetham Hill have welcomed the opening of a new nursery block at the Abraham Moss Centre.
Outreach libraries make their mark in the community
A report to Manchester City Council’s next Neighbourhoods Scrutiny committee meeting outlines the successful development of Manchester’s community outreach libraries over the last year.
Turn a big bill into a Little Bill at the click of a mouse
Greater Manchester residents can find out how they can slash their fuel bills at the click of a mouse after a special web service was launched.
- Illegal tobacco shopkeepers face £2,000 bill
- An example of an Enhanced Marriage Ceremony
- Standard Marriage Ceremony
- 16 October 2014 - Holt Town
- List of current services and initiatives
- Sight loss - full document
- 15 October 2014 - Appointment of a contractor for parking enforcment
- Q05s 2011 Census Briefing Headline results from 2011 Census OD data
- Latest work programme
- Latest work programme
- Business rate properties with accounts in credit
- Bin, box or bag not collected
- Get an e-book or audio book
- Search the archives catalogue
- New secondary school in Ardwick: have your say
- Greater Manchester Skills Gateway
- Compost bin or reusable bag for garden waste
- Green Growth - Environmental Support for Businesses
- Cultural organisations: apply for funding
- Manchester Dogs Home Fire - September 2014
- Medical practitioners: Refer a death to the coroner
Wheels for all
Cycling Sessions for people of all ages with differing needs and abilities.
Everything Everything: Chaos to Order
Internationally acclaimed band Everything Everything take over the Library as they present Chaos To Order
The Sensory War 1914 - 2014
This major group exhibition commemorating the Centenary of the First World War is an unflinching artist’s-eye view of war from 1914 to today.
Design Manchester Festival 2014
Design Manchester is an originative ten-day festival celebrating creativity, collaboration and inclusivity in the worlds of art, design, illustration, animation and photography.
Business Breakfast - Apprenticeships for the Financial and Professional Sector
This event explores how employers can use apprenticeships to grow and develop their workforce.
Acclaimed award-winning dance theatre production of Bram Stoker's Dracula.
Big Imaginations Family Arts Festival
Part of the national Family Arts Festival, Z-arts in Hulme and The Edge in Chorlton are hosting a line up of 'Big Imaginations' children's theatre performances.
'Harmonious Society' exhibition.
Part of the Asia Triennial Manchester 2014, 'Harmonious Society' is the largest exhibition of contemporary Chinese art in the UK, featuring new commissions and UK premieres.
Afrovibes Festival 2014
Week-long festival of South African music, theatre, dance, events and photography.
Celebrate the German beer festival with 1,500 fellow revellers.
- Wheels for all